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Cockroach Extermination Services

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Cockroaches are not simply a nuisance pest. They are a health hazard.

Cockroaches are often known for their unwanted presence in our homes. However, many people are actually allergic to them. An allergy which can be so severe that it can be triggered without direct contact.

Cockroaches can even be deadly to those with asthma, and may spread bacteria like salmonella.

Cockroaches are hard to eliminate.

Therefore, it is essential to seek help from a qualified cockroach specialist. This will ensure that your cockroach problem is solved effectively.

4 Signs of a Cockroach Infestation:

  1. Daytime Sightings – Serious cause for concern. These creatures are nocturnal, so seeing them in the light of day means there is likely a large population nearby.
  2. Droppings – Look for telltale brown or black spots left behind by cockroaches which can indicate an infestation.
  3. Egg cases – Cockroaches lay egg sacks which may be found in dark, hidden places around your home or office.
  4. A musty smell – As cockroach populations increase, they can produce an unpleasant odor that will become more and more noticeable.

Green Pest Solutions’ Cockroach Control

Not all cockroaches are created equal. Some cockroaches live outside and only forage inside on a rare occasion for warmth (or simply because it’s lost). Others, like the German cockroach, live mainly indoors in high populations like Philadelphia.

There is an old saying that goes, “For every cockroach you see, there are 100 more you don’t.”

At Green Pest Solutions, we offer a local cockroach control program that is certain to eliminate your problem, even the ones you can’t see. Our pest extermination service:

  • Controls roach populations inside the home.
  • Prevents them from infesting again.
  • Controls their eggs and larvae.

Our treatment will likely involve bait management, spray insecticides, and dusting to control cockroach populations. Our monthly program will keep them from returning.

Real Results from Our Customers:

5 ⭐ Review 👉 “When I first moved here, the roaches were everywhere! I called Green Pest, no more roaches!” – Kevin

5 ⭐ Review 👉 “Had a problem with roaches. Called them, they gave us an appointment quickly. The person that came was very professional and explained everything he was doing and what to do after. We decided to keep the monthly plan and they come quarterly to spray and inspection. If I have a problem, I just call and they come quickly. Very good company.” – Zuleika

Common Cockroach Questions

Do Cockroaches Bite?

Cockroaches are considered omnivores, eating plants and meat. They have been recorded eating human flesh, most often fingernails, eyelashes, fingers, and toes. However, they very rarely bite humans that are alive; most observations of this behavior are with corpses. If they are to bite you or your family, it would most likely be because you have a significant infestation with a large population.

Are Cockroaches Dangerous to Humans?

They can pose a threat to humans and their property. They have been known to spread different types of bacteria, including E. coli and Salmonella. They can also trigger allergies in some people when they shed their skins or produce droppings.

Will Cockroaches Leave on Their Own?

No. Because cockroaches are attracted to leaky pipes, food, and grease, they flock to messy residential and commercial properties. These pests are so resilient, it’s been said that they’ll be the sole survivors of a nuclear war. They are also efficient reproducers. Needless to say, they’re not easy to get rid of, even if you correct the conditions that attracted them in the first place.

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Get Professional Roach Treatment Today

Are you located in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, or Delaware and need help getting rid of roaches? Contact us today. Our roach services can help you control your population promptly.

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Schedule your FREE In-Home Cockroach Inspection and get $50 off the cost of your residential service treatment, call us today.

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